Monday, March 27, 2006

A Saad Day

As reported by, another casualty emerged as the latest victim of Senate partisan politics. Despite having a "well qualified" rating by the American Bar Association, and after enduring five years of filibustering and Democratic obstructionism, Judge Henry Saad, the president's nominee since 2001 for a vacancy on the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, finally gave up and withdrew his name from consideration. The sad reality is many judicial seats throughout the land remain vacant due to Democratic-led filibustering – a furtherance of an unprecedented trend in American politics.

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